Lakeside Arts
Part of University of Nottingham
Lakeside Arts
NottNOISE New Music Festival

 

NOTTNOISE NEW
MUSIC MARATHON

Sunday 29 November
Online Event

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Coronavirus Update

LAKESIDE ARTS LOCKDOWN ANNOUNCEMENT

Galleries and Museum closed until early December
Pavilion Café remains open

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Coronavirus Update

MAT COLLISHAW

Exhibition closed until early December due to national lockdown.

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#INWITHLAKESIDE

Keep exploring, learning and discovering more
and celebrate our collections and community

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Don't Miss

Darkfield Radio
Theatre & Dance

Darkfield Radio

Tuesday 13 October - Saturday 02 January
Other venues

At a designated hour a unique narrative will unfold. One question: which world will you choose?

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Behind the Scenes of the Museum
Museum

Behind the Scenes of the Museum

Thursday 29 October - Sunday 17 January
University of Nottingham Museum

Temporarily closed due to national lockdown. | The University of Nottingham Museum displays an introduction to 250,000 years of regional archaeology. 

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Florence Nightingale Comes Home
Manuscripts & Special Collections

Florence Nightingale Comes Home

Thursday 29 October - Sunday 25 April
Weston Gallery

Temporarily closed due to national lockdown. | This exhibition sheds a new light on the Lady with the Lamp.

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NottNOISE

Sunday 29 November

A one-day epic features new works by over 30 composers from the Midlands and beyond, with a hugely varied programme that will journey from works for toy piano to contrabass clarinet, and Celtic carynx to string quartet, accompanied by a series of artist interviews.

Stories & Features

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LAKESIDE AWARDED CULTURE RECOVERY FUND SUPPORT

We are delighted and relieved to announce that Lakeside Arts has been awarded £249,714 as part of the Government's £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the many challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.

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MEET THE ARTIST: MAT COLLISHAW

Our exhibition in the Djanogly Gallery celebrates the work of Nottingham-born artist, Mat Collishaw. Having gotten his breakthrough exhibiting work in Damien Hirst’s infamous Freeze exhibition, Mat Collishaw is a key member of the Young British Artists.

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RE-FRAMING DANCE: CALL OUT FOR PRODUCERS

Re-Framing Dance is an action-research project that values the role of producer and enhance the current presentation of dance in the gallery. Dance4 and Nottingham's museums and visual arts sector are seeking three producers within their first 10 years of practice.

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